2009 Abstracts

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Session 1 : 8:55 - 10:00

Friday, August 7, 2009

  1. Aseptic Failure after Total knee Replacement: Is it truly Aseptic?,Mortazavi J, Aalami A, Purtill J, Parvizi J, Rothman Institute, Philadelphia, PA
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  2. Aseptic Loosening of Total Hip Arthroplasty:Are They All Truly Aseptic? Parvizi J,Suh D, Mehdi SM, Mullan A, Rothman Institute, Philidelphia PA
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  3. Diagnosis of Periprosthetic Joint Infection: The Role of a Simple, yet Unrecognized, Enzyme, Jacovides C,Parvizi J,Azzam K, Antoci V, Ghanem E, Rothman Institute, Philadelphia, PA
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  4. Inflammatory Blood Laboratory Levels as Markers of Prosthetic Joint Infection(PJI): A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis,Berbari EF, Mabry T,
    Tsaras G, Spangehl M, ErwinPJ, Steckelberg J, Hassan MH, Osmon DR, Mayo clinic, Rochester, MN
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  5. Cell Count and Differential of Aspirated Fluid in Acute Postoperative Period Total Knee Arthroplasty, Saxena A,Jacovides C, Siad J, Ghanem E, Ketonis C, Azzam K, Kelly C, Parvizi J., Rothman Institute, Philadelphia, PA
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  6. Two-Stage Exchange Arthroplasty- The Challenges of Treating Infections Caused by Resistant Organisms, Kurd M, Ghanem E, Purtill J,Parvizi J, Rothman Institute, Philadelphia, PA
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  7. Outcomes Of Revision Total Knee Arthroplasty After Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus Infection,Laudermilch DJ, Fedorka CJ, Klatt BA, Crossett LS, Heyl A, Rao N, McGough RL, Pittsburgh, PA
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  8. Predictors of Infection after Total Knee Arthroplasty Revision,Mortazavi J, Molligan J, Parvizi J, Austin M, Purtill J, Sharkey P, Hozack W, Rothman Institute, Philadelphia, PA
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  9. Success Rates of Irrigation and Debridement (I+D) and Prosthesis Retention for Treatment of Acute Deep Prosthetic Infections,Van Kleunen JP, Knox D, Garino JP, Lee GC, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
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  10. Session 2 : 12:40 - 4:35

    Friday, August 7, 2009

  11. Emergence of Community-Associated Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus as Etiology of Osteomyelitis: Results from the BAJIO Study Group,
    Allen M, MD, Neumann C, Roberts CS, MD, Seligson D, MD, Ramirez JA, MD, University of Louisville, Louisville, KY
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  12. Open Wound Infections and Community Acquired MRSA - Is There A Correlation?, Colin A. Neumann, Marty D. Allen, C. Daniel Benson,
    David A. Seligson, University of Louisville, Louisville, KY
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  13. Periprosthetic Infection with Propionibacterium acnes: Different from Conventional Arthroplasty Infection,Yu, Elizabeth, MD, Berbari, Elie, MD, Osmon, Douglas, MD, Berry, Daniel, MD, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN
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  14. Pseudallescheria boydii Total Knee Arthroplasty Infection: A Case Report, Treatment and Review of Literature,Lanting B, Ralph E, Naudie D, London, Ontario
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  15. B-Lactam Therapy is Superior to Vancomycin for Staphylococcus lugdunensis Prosthetic Joint Infections, Shah N.B, Osmon D.R, Fadel H. , Patel R., Steckelberg J., Mabry T.,Berbari, E.F., Mayo Clinic, Rochester MN
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  16. Prosthetic Joint Infection in patients with Solid Organ Transplantation, Duggal A, Avery RK,Schmitt SK, Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland Ohio
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  17. Microbiology of Bone and Joint Infections in Injecting Drug Abusers,Zalavras C, Allison DC, Holtom P, Patzakis MJ., University of Southern California,
    Los Angeles, CA
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  18. In vitro evaluation of Staphylococcus aureus biofilm formation on bone grafts and bone substitutes,Clauss M, Trampuz A, Borens A, Ilchmann T; Liestal, Switzerland
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  19. Impact of sarA on antibiotic susceptibility in staphylococcal biofilm-associated infection,Smeltzer, MS, Weiss, EC, Beenken, KE, UAMS, Little Rock, AR
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  20. Impaired Nutritional Status in MRSA Infected Total Knee and Hip Arthroplasties,Chen AF, Fedorka CJ, Klatt BA, Pittsburgh, PA
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  21. Revision Total Hip Arthroplasty: Infection is the Major Cause of Failure, Jafari SM, Chakravarty R, Coyle C,Mortazavi J, Sharkey P, Parvizi J, Rothman Institute, Philadelphia, PA
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  22. A Retention Debridement Protocol for the Treatment of Acute Periprosthetic Joint Infections,Estes C, Beauchamp C, Clarke H, Spangehl M, Phoenix, AZ
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  23. Aseptic versus Septic Total Hip Arthroplasty Revision: Comparing the Results,RomanòCL, Romanò D, Logoluso N, Meani E, MILAN - ITALY
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  24. Locally administered antibiotics in extremity wounds, Branstetter JG, Jackson SR, Haggard WO, Richelsoph K,Wenke JC, Brooke Army Medical Center, Fort Sam Houston, TX
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  25. The Use of Antibiotic Loaded Synthesized Calcium Sulfate Pellets In the One Stage Treatment for Osteomyelitis,Maale, G. E., Casas-Ganem, J. E., Dallas Ft.Worth Sarcoma Group, Dallas, Texas
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  26. Dose Related Effect of Particulate Fillers on Elution and Compressive Strength of Antibiotic Loaded Bone Cement,Nugent M, McLaren A, McLemore R, Kaul H, Vernon B, Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center, Phoenix, AZ
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  27. Biomechanical study for daptomycin in bone cement,Brooks JL, Courtney H, Lewis G, Haggard WO, Memphis, TN
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  28. Comparing OsteoSet and Stimulan Antibiotic-loaded, Calcium Sulfate Beads in the Management of Deep, Musculoskeletal Infections.Cierny G, DiPasquale D, REOrthopaedics, Inc.San Diego, CA
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  29. The Microbiology of Prosthetic Joint Infection Following Arthroplasty Treatment of Hip Fracture,Mabry TM, Berbari EF, Sems SA, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN
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  30. Distribution of Serum Killing Levels for Vancomycin and Daptomycin in Patients with MRSA Osteomyelitis,Marty Allen, MD, James Summersgill, PhD, Craig Roberts, MD, David Seligson, MD; Julio Ramirez, MD, University of Louisville, Louisville, KY
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  31. Comparison of High Pressure Parallel Flow and Bulb Syringe Irrigation in a Bioluminescent Musculoskeletal Wound Model, Branstetter JG, Lalliss SJ, Owens BD,Wenke JC, Brook Army Medical Center, Ft. Sam Houston, TX
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  32. Inhibition of S. epidermidis Biofilms on Orthopedic PMMA Bone Cement and Ti-6Al-4V Alloy using Polymerizable Vancomycin Derivatives,Lawson, M.C., Hoth, K.B., DeForest, C.A., Bowman, C.N., Anseth, K.S., University of Colorado, Aurora, CO
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  33. Vancomycin-Tethered Bone Allografts: A Construct Superior to Elution Technologies, Ketonis C., Aiyer A., Barr S., Shapiro I. , Hickok N.,Parvizi J., Adams C., Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia PA
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  34. Effect of nitric oxide release from compression plates: anti-infective efficacy,Lewis G, Nichols S, Le N, Hester D, Levin LS, Schoenfisch M, Klitzman B, Duke University Medical, CenterDurham, NC
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  35. Pliable Antibiotic In Situ Loaded Chitosan Film for Infection Prevention: A Preliminary In-vitro Characterization Evaluation,Smith JK, Bumgardner JD, Courtney HS, Smeltzer MS, Haggard WO, The University of Memphis, Memphis, TN
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  36. Bactericidal Bone Allografts do not Affect Mammalian Cells or Host Incorporation, Ketonis C., Barr S., Adams C., Shapiro I.,Parvizi J., Hickok N., Thomas Jefferson Unversity, Philadelphia, PA
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  37. A nanotherapeutic approach to combating Staphylococcus aureus biofilm-associated infection.Smeltzer, MS, Beenken, KE, Zharov, V, Galanzha, EI, Little Rock, AR
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